— When these candles burn away, something striking remains -- learn why she puts it there.
— The 9Lives spokescat was around before any of today's celebrity felines, but he shares something with many of them: the desire to help other cats.
— The skeletal feline was created to benefit a shelter. Now she inhabits paintings, cards, and jewelry.
— These cat ladies are sexy and slinky, not crazy.
— We talk to Daniel Voshart, author "Half-Cat: A Partial History," about you-know-what.
— Founder Nohl Rosen admits that cats are picky and unpredictable, so he has them choose the songs.
— We talk to cast members from the Toronto production to learn about this crazy kitty show.
— His siblings had similar deformities, but Little Bear’s were the most extreme. Somehow, he doesn't let that get him down.
— Using flower essences and therapeutic touch, she transforms unsocialized and traumatized cats.
— He aims to get emotional reactions from felines.
— The actress made famous in Hitchcock films has been an advocate for wild animals -- and an opponent of breeders and traffickers for 30 years.
— The rescue kitty survived a knife attack. Now she helps Arden Moore in a pet first-aid class.
— She loves to dress up in costumes and hit the town, all while raising money for rescue groups.
— We sit down (at a safe distance) with the Internet's favorite grumpy, foul-mouthed cat.
— We sit down with the co-host of the paranormal show and channel dead pets. Kidding! We just have a chat.
— Gershon's memoir covers her traumatic two-month search for her lost cat and the wild cast of characters who help her.
— Cheryl Edwards invented this pacifier for cats to stop her pet from ruining her blankets.
— Janine Quinn, who rescued a feral cat with a jar stuck on her head, talks about her work with cats and updates us on the lucky feline's recovery.
— Cats are big in the comedian's life. He records his podcast from a house he calls The Cat Ranch.
— We talk to the troupe's "chief human" about training cats to perform in a circus and a band. Yep, you read that right.
— Lil Bub gained Web fame for being cute -- a happy byproduct of being born with dwarfism. We sit down with her person, Mike Bridavsky.
— Julie Newmar wants you to know that there's far more to her than the black lurex catsuit.
— The former designer for "Pee-wee's Playhouse" makes items that are part sculpture, part furniture.
— Volunteering at a conservation center for leopards and lions by day and fostering feral kittens by night, Dana Fredsti is the ultimate cat lady!
— Brittain Ashford, songwriter and singer of the chamber-folk band Prairie Empire, talks to Catster about a life rocking all things cat.
— Thomas Dolby, whose cat pees in a toilet, talks to us about his new album and tour. Also about his cat, who pees in a toilet. We're not burying this lede.
— Sue Hayes not only fosters kittens, she showcases them online at Pitter Pats of Baby Cats. So cute! You'll want to adopt them all -- which is the idea.
— Old-timey music and a pink-tasseled tapdancing cat are just part of the fun.
— "Psychic house cleaner" Sheldon Norberg forgot only one thing when he "reset" a haunted home in Marin County: He forgot to tell the cat. The cat made his confusion known, right there on the floor, and nowhere near the litter box.
— Unlike Luna the Fashion Kitty, Pudge is all about being naked at all times. She talks to Catster about her budding fan base and the special -gasp- dog in her life.